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on exactly how to do that jerry edwards will have that for us in just a bet. live on the beltway. back to you all in the studio. >> all right. tracee, that you can. tell us about how to get around this mess. >> you have a couple options. it is going to cause delays. take the inner loop north on the 270 spur. after that, turn around and go south. that will make the trip a little bit easier for you. stay with theern loop georgetown road inner loop to wisconsin avenue are viable options. with the ramp closed it could be a problem. the ramp from the outer loop to go in on river road that does remain open. out in warrenton, virginia, 29 remains closed. new traffic pattern on the north of town. notice new lanes. one more stop. 395, another new traffic pattern at the 14th street bridge. pay attention to the signs and the lane markings and you'll be all right. heading out to catch a train, good to go. metro, vre, marc, no delays. joe, eun. >> thanks very much, jerry. >> 6:01. the other big story, we are in the middle of a heat wave. it is already steamy out there at 73 degrees. >> and as the sun rise
policía ver el estatus de migración. >>> cuando era candidato jerry brown dijo que había que proteger a los campesinos, pero se le acusa de lo contrario. >>> qué tal, enrique, muy buenas tardes, en los predios del capitolio, donde los gritos le dieron paso al silencio, y los campesinos protestaron contra jerry brown . >>> activistas y campesinos, dejaron un mensaje y una caja con furta a jerry brown . >>> nosotros nos tiran después de exprimirnos como una naranja. >>> Él no nos da la cara. >>> es que fue solamente a minutos de las 12 de la noche que el gobernador vetó la ley sb104, él dio este comunicado (información en pantalla) >>> jerry brown es un conocido promotor de los sindicatos de hecho ayunó con chávez, promotor de este movimiento, pero la cámara de comercio hispana dijo que pondría a los rancheros contra la pared, pero aquí dicen que su amigo y aliado les falló. >>> le ayudamso en la campaña y en realidad con esto nos paga. >>> mientras otros legisladores prometían que ellos seguirán con la causa campesina. >>> tenemos que recordarle, porque el voto latino le
traffic on this monday morning. good morning, jerry. how is it looking? >> tom, good morning to you. good morning, everyone. most overnight road work in the process of being cleared. haymarket to manassas doing okay. overnight road work should be picked up. all the travel lanes should be opened momentarily. westbound, construction too but the volume pretty light so no big deal there. east of woodrow wilson bridge, harbor, there's the bridge there. both directions between alexandria and oxen hill looking good. looking good through northeast. joe, eun. >> jerry, thank you. >> thanks very much, jerry. police are looking into a string of assaults along the metro branch hiking/biking trail in northeast washington. there are concerns whether police even know how to reach that trail. darcy spencer explains. >> reporter: bike, jog or even roller blade on this path in northeast d.c. and you could become victim of a crime. over the past few weeks, there have been numerous robberies. one woman was zapped with a taser as she rode her bike here. >> i'm a little shocked by it because i haven't noticed
can cash in. >> reporter: jerry williams of pennsylvania remembers seeing patriotic promotional ads like this as a girl. when she became a young working woman, she started buying savings bonds. it was like an old-fashioned 401k. >> it's just been a blessing in our lives. >> reporter: when jerry saw a link about unclaimed savings bonds she didn't think shield find any because she had always kept hers in this safe and thought she cashed them all in. >> i thought i would do it anyway. bang there it was. and it was a thrill. >> reporter: the treasury department was about to show jerry the money. count me in is was lorraine silva and 70 others said when the treasury department was asking for volunteers to reunite people with their savings bonds. >> it's very rewarding you've done something to make somebody happy. >> reporter: in some cases bonds are so old workers have to search microfilm archives for documentation. the government savings bonds push was such a success that it takes a million microfilm reels in a room the length of a football field to hold all of the records. sure e
at around 6:11. now let's check the monday morning commute. jerry, how is it looking now? >> good morning. chopper 4 over the scene of the accident that occurred just moments ago. i-95 southbound before you get to route 198. we are told the two left lanes are currently closed. the fire department just pulled up on the scene right now. those of you coming south from 32 down to 198, heads-up for that. we'll keep you updated on that. several stretches heavy and slow traffic. travel lanes open all the way to the beltway and beyond. top side of the beltway, volume both directions. inner loop will become to the sunshine before long. travel lanes are open. out on the rails this morning, continuing issues over on vre. 300 and 302 are delayed because of issues. no delays metro, no delays marc. >>> 6:02 now. a boy was shot in the leg in what appears to be a drive-by shoot anything southeast washington. it happened 11:30, 3400 block of minnesota avenue southeast. police say the victim's friend carried him home. a passer-by saw them and called 911. the victim is 13 years old. he is expected to be oka
tonight, politician, joushallist and the host of one of america's most outrageous tv shows. jerry springer. talking frankly about politics, about fame, about celebrity, and about scandal. this, live from hollywood, is "piers morgan tonight." >>> how does the phrase president donald trump sound? i suspect it sounds pretty good. especially if you're donald trump. his pizza summit with sarah palin is putting his political a aspirations firmly back in the spotlight. will he run for president or not? donald trump joins me now on the phone. donald trump, how are you? >> hello, piers. >> tell me about pizza gate with sarah palin. what was going on there? >> well, she's a wonderful woman who i've gotten to know over the years. she called and said she was in new jersey doing her bus tour that i've been seeing and reading about. and she said, let's get together. and she came up to the apartment. and we then went with our families to a pizza place. she said, let's have some pizza. and we did. i guess the press saw that. and went a little bit crazy. >> well, look, you two are the biggest box office st
clearing out and cooling off. we have some better days ahead. jerry? >> let's head out and see how the commute is going. crews went back to work last night. road work in place. 66 westbound out of boston to falls church. one travel lane getting by. the drive from the north along i-270, northbound, a little activity. southbound pretty much wide open down to the beltway. wilson bridge, both directions looking good. northeast along new york avenue, construction. >>> thanks, jerry. new overnight, a woman in critical condition after suffering burns in an intense fire. this happened in the 5200 block of north carlyn springs road in arlington. an elderly couple lived in the home. the cause is still under investigation. >>> more on the deadly tour bus crash. driver fatigue was a factor. the driver is charged with reckless driving. four people were killed and 50 injured. sky express has been shut down and the ntsb is investigating. >>> we're hearing from survivors about what it was like to be on that bus. a total of 54 people were taken to area hospitals. this morning most of those people a
for this monday morning. jerry edwards is with us. how is it looking, jerry? >> looking good so far as we hit the 5:00 hour along i-270 southbound beginning the commute south as you come down out of frederick, headed toward germantown, gaithersburg. good news there. 395 northbound through landmark, shirlington. wide open to and across the 14th street bridge. we'll keep a watch on the change overnight into tomorrow morning. new lane configuration. roosevelt bridge, light volume of traffic. no worries there headed into town. and headed out to catch a train, in good shape as we start off monday morning. metro, vre, mark, no delays. >>> 5:01 now. a boy shot in the leg in southeast in what appears to be a drive-by shooting. it happened around 11:30 in the 3400 block of minnesota avenue southeast. police say the victim's friend carried him home. a crew on the scene found out the victim is just 13 years old. he is expected to be okay. police are looking for suspects. >>> also in southeast washington, a fire that damaged an apartment building is being investigated as a possible case of arson in the 5
gobernador jerry brown para el presupuesto estatal en el cual se proyecta aumento en los impuestos. vo --la propuesta pas con 21 votos a favor y 19 en contra. --la legislatura envio el plan de gastos de 86 mil millones dolares para el aÑo fiscal que comienza este viernes al escritorio del gobernador..... plan que se especula sera firmado por el. cu ---tambien en sacramento... cientos de campesinos viajaron hoy al capitolio para exigirle al gobernador jerry brown que firme un proyecto de ley que les favorece. take vo ---el trato justo para campesinos dara a los trabajadores agrcolas una herramienta para imponer leyes diseÑadas para protegerlos, como la sindicalizacin . ---ms de 100 mil firmas a favor de este proyecto fueron entregadas al gobernador, ya que hoy es el ltimo da en que o se firma o rechaza el proyecto y jerry brown tiene hasta la medianoche para decidir... de hecho a esta hora de la noche unos cien campesinos hacen una vigilia a la espera de la aprobacion del gobernador. cu ---en oakland tambien se llega a un acuerdo para equilibrar el presupuesto del ayuntamiento. take vo ---
contra jerry brown . >>> activistas y campesinos, polÍticos, desfilaron dejando un frasco con fruta, dejaron un mensaje y una caja con furta a jerry brown . >>> nuestros compaÑeros nos sentimos como una naranja >>> nosotros nos tiran despuÉs de exprimirnos como una naranja. >>> Él no nos da la cara. >>> es que fue solamente a minutos de las 12 de la noche que el gobernador vetÓ la ley sb104, que facilitaba que los campesinos se reunieran en sindicato Él dio este comunicado (informaciÓn en pantalla) >>> jerry brown es un conocido promotor de los sindicatos de hecho ayunó con chávez, promotor de este movimiento, pero la cámara de comercio hispana dijo que pondría a los rancheros contra la pared, pero aquí dicen que su amigo y aliado les falló. >>> le ayudamso en la campaña y en realidad con esto nos paga. >>> mientras otros legisladores prometían que ellos seguirán con la causa campesina. >>> tenemos que recordarle, hecho ayunó con chávez, promotor >>> los campesinos le darán la oportunidad a jerry brown de hacer lo que es correcto, es todo por el momento, regresamos
down below and cooler air aloft. let's head over to jerry edwards and get a look at traffic. >> certainly more volume than we saw yesterday at this hour on interstate 66 out of manassas. pretty good trip to the capital beltway. just starting to see a little bit of a delay. not a solid backup. it's beginning to be a slow roll from the west. head over to i-270 southbound. same story. a little more volume than yesterday frederick to clarksburg. arlington. north carling remains closed. investigation continues. a little bit of a detour through the neighborhood set up. headed out to catch a train this morning. good news for metro, vre. no delays at this point. two delays on marc, penn 403 and brunswick 870. >>> a developing story in montgomery county. police are on the scene of a suspicious death of a young girl found dead inside a townhouse on raven avenue. tracee wilkins is live with the latest. good morning, tracee. >> reporter: good morning, joe. we are learning a little bit more about this family. neighbors tell me there was a husband and wife and grandmother who lived inside
, took us by surprise. a lot of us are holding our tongue a little bit. it is what it is. >> ouch. jerry harris biting his tongue as we begin another edition of nissan sports extra. good evening. i'm joined by two guys who will not hold back. kevin shaefer and john, gentleman welcome back again. you heard, go ahead. >> they are big tonight at fox 5 on cornering the market on bald dj's. we have two of the best. >> yes. you guys just heard those comments, what do you think? are the players livid? >> jerry harrison jr. should be happy he has a job the way he plays, okay? for him to be holding his tongue about riggleman walking away from the team, i find somewhat laughable. but you know, these guys are pros. these guys are paid a lot f money to do what they do. for the most part, managers are an interchangeable part if a guy walks away, the next manager walks in, they have to field, they still have to hit and still have to carry their weight. >> do you think riggleman made a difference? they were over .500. >> it's a different baseball team this year. they picked up a lot of young playe
>>> good morning, there is word that today governor jerry brown will be offering an alternate government proposal. in the meantime paychecks have stopped coming to lawmakers. >>> just couldn't imagine. >> a shocking crime involving a new baby and a microwave. the person who is now in custody. >>> and the late decision that will make parking in one part of the bay area more expensive. >>> good morning,. thank you for joining us on this wednesday, june 22nd i'm pam cook. let's start with the weather. is it cooling off a bit? steve paulson has the forecast. >> that is my single windsor. yes. that is a nordstrom tie. pam, you don't need to make that a question. that is a statement, yes it will be true. if you're out on the coast it will be hot. closer to the coast we will see 50,60s and 70s. >>> traffic is moving well if you are driving on commute here in oakland. you can see a little bit of road work still out there on northbound 880. also the morning commute looks good on northbound 101 approaching the 80 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> thank you, sal. topping our news we
submitted a proposal to governor jerry brown but he vetoed the package. and as of july 1 the deadline gets closer and tensions are mounting. this was the scene tonight in sacramento. a news conference in front of the governor's office, saying it's his fault. and that did not sit well with the governor. as kron 4's terisa estacio reports, he leveled his own criticism. >> reporter: governor jerry brown jumped in while speaking in san francisco. >> to get this thing. >> reporter: while offering encouragement to the industry he nailed legislators. during a question and answer session the governor said he doesn't want to make massive cuts to? structure and edge caution but he says if tax extensions failed to happen then he will have no choice. as far as republicans, accusing him of refusing him to put down pension reform, brown struck back with these words. >> we are ready to go. as late as last night. he felt we were getting there. this stuff changes, sometimes they blow hot and cold. i am not giving up. i am going to keep working to get the tax extensions. >> reporter: kron 4 news. >>> starti
that jerry garcia used to play in this park, he was from this neighborhood, everybody knows his reputation. we thought what a great thing it would be to have an ampitheater named after jerry garcia. that is a name that has panache. it brings people from all over the bay area to the ampitheater. the calls that come in, we'd like to do a concert at the jerry garcia ampitheater and we do everything we can to accommodate them and help them because it gets people into the park. people like a lot of color and that's what they call a park. other people don't. you have to try to reconcile all those different points of view. what should a park look like and what should it have? should it be manicured, should it be nice little cobblestones around all of the paths and like that. the biggest objective of course is getting people into the park to appreciate open space. whatever that's going to take to make them happy, to get them there, that's the main goal. if it takes a planter with flowers and stuff like that, fine. you know, so what? people need to get away from that urban rush and noise and this i
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. many dignitaries, including governor jerry brown should be arriving shortly. now, we are hearing that five, possibly 6,000 people will be here. lieutenant vincent perez grew up in vernal heights. he went to reardon high school and friends say he loved to restore vintage cars and cruise them down mission street. anthony vialerio grew up in the city. loved to surf, fly gliders and bake sour dough bread. neither firefighter had any children, but they leave behind many family members. >> means a lot to us and the outpouring of support from san franciscans have done for us. we have had firefighters coming, delivering pizza and barbecue, anonymously. it's touching. >> it's a fraternity. we put ourselves on the line all the time. when somebody is lost, you feel it. >> they died battling a house fire in diamond heights last week. they got caught in what's called a flashover, a fire that heated up to more than 1000 degrees. the funeral is said to start here in about a half hour and it is expected to last about two hours. we have security on hand as well as dozens of officers from the san
. back to you. >> jerry, thanks so much. >> thank now to the heat wave. we are going to chase some record temperatures today. there is a code orange air quality alert which means if you have a heart or upper respiratory ailment you should stay inside because of the dangerous air quality. also be sure to drink plenty of water and try to stay cool. picking up trash earlier than usual to avoid the extreme heat. tomorrow morning they will begin at 6:00 a.m. you can put it out 6:00 p.m. the night before. department of public works says it wants to protect the health of its workers. and this is dangerous heat. >> and it's going to feel even hotter later today. >> yeah. for construction workers, anybody who has to work outside, you definitely need to take great care, respect the heat, take frequent breaks. drink plenty of water. it's a cool start. again, a cool morning like we had yesterday morning. low to mid-60s rural areas to the nearby suburbs. but in washington now, 73. it's in the mid-70s around the bay. we have had more humidity around. a few high clouds drifting over us now. and we will
. is that the problem? charles payne, jerry willis, adam woshinski. charles payne what do you think? >> absolutely it's a problem. the problem is really greater than this. paul ryan is in my mind the litanous test. where is the next greatest generation? who is going to step up and answer the call? we hear the alarm are we going to roll over or take the arms. it means some sacrifice. ultimately it means the average citizen has the guts not washington because we keep bringing them in washington. does the average person have the guts to keep it going? >> i don't know any one for lack of not doing things. the problem is they seem to be doing all of the wrong things. >> out the gate something had to change right away. >> stop spending. stop spending our tax payer dollars right now. that has been the only response to this problem. stimulus spending, bailing out detroit cash for clunkers. gfs stop spending money. it's not working. 9 percent unemployment it's not working. we have to have a new plan. >> targeted investment employment dr. parino. >> here's the problem i have. >> get ready. >> the windup, right
encabezado por familiares y gobernador california el gobernador de california, jerry brown, nancy pelosi y el alcalde interino de san francisco edwin lee,. >>> por la familia y amigos de nuestro hermanos para que sean consulado señor. >>> la ceremonia religiosa se hizo en inglés y español algunos familiares hicieron uso de la palab palabra, (hablan en inglés) fueron momento llenos de sentimientos encontrados mientras familiares y amigos de los bomberos se consola van, después de eso los cuerpos de los bomberos, fueron llevados hasta el cementerio ambos feerp sepultados con héroes aunque concientes que esto en algún momento podía pasar. >>> el alcalde de la ciudad de san francisco, dice que hoy estamos aquí para honrar al teniente peréz y anthony vat ley dos hombres dedicados a sacrificar su vida por la ciudad, los féretros fueron cubiertos por un manto de color blanco, cabe decir que también llegaron al Área de la bahía, decenas de bomberos de todas partes del país y también decir que dos hermanos del bombero que perdió la vida forman parte de los bomberos de san francisco y
back to dave and pam. >>> we are hearing governor jerry brown will unvail a revised state budget today. in the meantime lawmakers are not getting paid. ktvu claudine wong is joining us live. she is in san francisco with what people she talked to this morning were saying about all of this. claudine. >> reporter: certainly people have strong opinions, dave. i also have calls into lawmakers this morning as we try to get more information about what governor jerry brown will be proposing today. we expect more cuts to be in this budget proposal. sacramento tries to search for that. a multiple law -- he will present that budget top state democrats today. it is expected to include deeper cuts to the states programs. a worse case scenario if he doesn't get the sales and income tax extensions he's been wanting for so long now. democrats did not specify if the alternative plan would require any republican support. many are predicting it won't. simply because he met with democrats today but not republicans. certainly cuts are not easy. we have been talking to people in san francisco this morning a
a really funny show. we have jerry find cell -- jerry seinfeld and ricky gervais as our celebrities and they help couples work out their fights. we try to work out who is right and who is wrong. >> what's the best piece of marriage advise you have heard? >> the best piece of marriage advice -- i'm on the road a lot as a comedian. the best advice i got is when you come home, a kiss your wife hello before the children. that has got me a lot of points throughout the years. >> you go back and forth from l.a. to new york and you are a family man as well. would you consider the panelists relationship experts? >> not at all. i think there, the experts and that is what "the marriage ref" is all about. it is a celebration of marriage. we want people to see themselves a little bit and see a lot of fights and arguments. but at the heart of it, we all love each other. let's just have a good time and left through the fights and have a good time with it. this year, we bring the couple's into the studio, which we did not do last year. they sit across from the comedian's and tell them why they thin
le piden al gobernador "jerry brown" que california deje de participar en el programa "comunidades seguras".---en una carta enviada hoy al mandatario estatal, los lideres politicos argumentan que este programa ha creado desconfianza de los inmigrantes hacia las agencias del orden por temor a ser deportados.---como prueba, dicen, "ice" ha deportado Ás inmigrantes no convictos, o convictos de delitos menores, que inmigrantes que han sido declarados culpables de cometer delitos graves.---a traves de "comunidades seguras" la poliÍa local notifica a "ice" cada vez que detienen a un inmigrante indocumentado, para cotejar las huellas dactilares del arrestado. buscando castigar y prevenir los casos de fraudes de inmigracÓn cometidos por notarios Úblicos y abogados sin escÚpulos, diversas agencias federales lanzaron una iniciativa para perseguir a los estafadores. "jaqueline hurtado" nos tiene enseguida en noticias univision 14......la guerra del gobierno mexicano contra el narcotrafico esta cobrando nuevas dimensiones... la inseguridad hace que algunos empresarios reconsideren ciertas
. oh. ♪ >>catherine: that the state budget battle gov. jerry brown announced that it, to an agreement on an alternate budget plan trying to close it out before july 1st. dan kerman joins us with details. kron4's >> dan kerman? >> that means that this is going to be a governor that the democratic leadership and governor jerry brown have both found >> we've made it tough decisions. is a good budget but it is not the budget that i started with in the january. the democratic leadership had victory and that was the one that had revenue. >>reporter: additional cuts>> we have been concerned about this budget $650 million towards cal state a significant cut. hundreds to 150 million to the judicial court's- and also a vehicle increase for the dmv registration. >> spending goals are at historic lows we are trying every effort to bring this balance budget into balance. >>reporter: the lines. we have made tough decisions. it is a good budget. but it is not a an january. a word that the leadership wanted but that was a budget that created it revenue. >>reporter: this is a eliminating 75 percent of
down on monday. jerry, good morning. how is traffic? >> we will take a tour through northwest washington where most of the major roadways moving along nicely. traffic georgia avenue, no concerns. a look at connecticut avenue, wisconsin avenue, moving along nicely for you folks in northwest washington. headed out to i-95 and the capital beltway region, just getting word of an accident. maybe along the right side of the roadway. i'll get back to you on details. new hampshire avenue to georgia avenue, okay. inner loop moving along nicely. metro, vre, marc, no early delays. >>> thank you, jerry. >>> a reminder if you take the 14th street bridge. the final phase of the two-year reconstruction project begins. drivers will notice a new lane configuration. it will shut to the right center lane of the d.c. side of the bridge. the last time crews shifted lanes it created a lot of confusion and delays, so you may want to leave yourself extra time tomorrow. >>> pictures took the top five spots in the first round of last night's major league draft. one of them was a local star. >>> nationa
this workweek. a look at traffic with jerry edwards. >>> take a look along i-66 for those of you coming from haymarket, manassas, center sreul. eastbound side. westbound between the capital beltway. travel lanes open. no concerns there. a little increase in volume. a little more than we saw yesterday at this hour. south capital and m street making the trip up. southeast corridors doing well. headed out to catch the trains, starting off in fine fashion. metro, vre, mark, no delays. >>> time 5:12. extending the olive branch. who the president is welcoming to the white house today >> piling on the nationals. the team is in last place. now why their stadium is not too far behind. >>> commander mar we're with you when you're saving for your dreams. [ woman ] when you want a bank that travels with you. with you when you're ready for the next move. [ male announcer ] now that wells fargo and wachovia have come together, what's in it for you? unprecedented strength, the stability of the leading community bank in the nation and with 12,000 atms and thousands of branches, we're with you in more ways a
and the weekend at 6:21. how is traffic, jerry? >> continuing following breaking news in laurel, maryland. chopper 4 over the scene. vehicle fire on the ramp from 198 westbound to go south on i-95 in laurel. when authorities arrived on the scene they discovered a body inside the vehicle. right now the investigation is just getting under way. the ramp from westbound 198 to go south on 195 is closed off. take eastbound ramp. this is not affecting traffic itself. just the ramp from westbound 198 to southbound i-95. again, the investigation just getting under way. megan mcgrath is headed to the scene will they will be with us with some additional details on the incident here. let's head over and take a live look and see how the commute is going. remnants of an accident 95 northbound. still squeezing that right lane. they're just about ready to wrap it up. unfortunately because the accident has been there a couple minutes it is jamming things up early out of dale city. after that, usual delays. one more stop this go round. loaded up through southeast this morning. branch avenue, pennsylvania avenue. so
for now. for more information go to jerry edwards. >>> show you on the map the scene of the accident. these are live pictures. ramp from the inner loop to go on to river road remains closed. what they're telling tracee it's going to be for some time. start planning alternate routes. once you get past the exit for river road, the only thing you can do is to go up to the spur, turn around. the outer loop that is in indeed open. wisconsin avenue potential alternate routes. it won't be too long before that traffic backs up on to the capital beltway itself. the trip along interstate 270 southbound, travel lanes open frederick all the way down. i-95 in virginia, earlier work zone. headed out to catch a train good to go so far. no delays metro, vre, or marc. >>> this morning mounting pressure for congressman anthony weiner to resign. it comes two days after he admitted he sent a lewd picture to a woman on twitter. house minority leader nancy pelosi asked for an ethics investigation to see if weiner broke any rules. >> we have a code of conduct that we have to follow. so it's a much higher s
veteran and harley owner jerry gomez is talking about this security camera video he watched on news 4 monday night. it shows a thief riding off stealing a very special motorcycle. one that was covered with purple hearts, belonging to an army national guardsmen, who wanted to pay special tribute to wounded troops. >> just to see that upsets me. i like bikes, i like harleys, and'm a vet, and i just see what that poor guy went through. i know what it's like that you're violated. >> because jerry's bike, a 2009 harley-davidson was the exact same model as the soldier's bike. it too was stolen from jerry's crystal city parking garage in arlington last month. normally this door is closed, only residentses can get in and out. on the morning that jerry's bike was stolen in may. he said he noticed something was odd. the door was stuck in the up position. jerry isn't sure how the thieves got his motorcycle out of the garage. fairfax county police believe whoever was in this white van had something to do with the theft of the purple motorcycle. insurance has replaced his bike. gomez says he now t
budget battle gov. jerry brown announced that it, to an agreement on an alternate budget plan trying to close it out before july 1st. dan kerman joins us with details. kron4's >> dan kerman? >> that means that this is going to be a governor that the democratic leadership and governor jerry brown acidic and both support. >> we have been concerned about this budget $650 million towards cal state a significant cut. hundreds to the judicial. and all along the lines. we have made tough decisions. it is a good budget. but it is not a budget that i started with an january. a word that the leadership wanted but that was a budget that created it revenue. >>reporter: this is a eliminating 75 percent of the structural test and even making more revenue measures on the ballot but that will not take place until november of next year. >>catherine: as i understand there could be more than $12 billion in cuts? >>reporter: that is correct, revenue is higher at $4 billion and if that cannot keep up? automatic conditional cuts will be made. >>catherine: thank dan kerman. >> jacqueline: big changes. in u
minoría newson y la líder gobernador gavin brown, el vice- gobernador jerry asistan el espera que dos bomberos. y se el sepelio de los estan programado maÑana viernes para el dia de para el dia de maÑana viernes estan programado el sepelio de los dos bomberos. y se espera que asistan el gobernador jerry brown, el vice- gobernador gavin newson y la líder de la minoría demócrata de la cámara de representantes nancy pelosi. asi como cientos de bomberos de diferentes corporaciones y miembros de la comunidad. ---la familia del bebe de tres meses que murio de un disparo en la cabeza en "east palo alto" veló al pequeño hoy. ---los restos de "isack jeÚs jimenez" son velados esta noche en la capilla "crippen and flynn woodside" de la ciudad de "redwood city".---el niÑo murio el domingo pasado durante un tiroteo en el que tambien sus padres resultaron heridos.---este viernes a las 10 de la maÑana se llevara a cabo una misa de cuerpo presente en la iglesia "san antonio" en "menlo park". leonardo lopez/familiar de las victimas ---si quiere ayudar a la familia con los gastos del funera
from higher education. governor jerry brown has until the end of the month to sign the budget. >>> for a much closer look, click the link under the politics tab when you get to our homepage, ktvu.com. >>> an exclusive ktvu field poll says that california will reform the state prison system as long as they do not have to pay for it. christien kafton is live. >> reporter: in overwhelming numbers says that overcrowding is a serious problem. the supreme court says that population has to come down and now californians are looking for a way to do that. california's prisons now house nearly twice as many inmates as they were designed to house. a new field poll says californians are taking the issue seriously. >> the supreme court mandated that california must be at least 30,000 inmates from state prisons. this is a very serious issue for most people. >> reporter: the state's three strikes law indicating that criminals convicted of three felonies must spend life in prison was supported in 1994. in 2004 voters decided to withhold these three strikes law. >> reporter: voters are split r
jerry brown has vetoed the budget passed yesterday. it marks the first time in state history that the governor has vetoed and approved spending plan. he says he supports some elements but that the plan contains a legally questionable maneuvers be also said the plan would add to our wall of debt. >> there budgets that i received today, there was more positive work. california is facing a fiscal crisis. >> is still unclear if lawmakers met their fiscal application. if not, they would have to temporarily forget their salaries. >>> a lot is riding on what happens in sacramento. >> reporter: news that governor jerry brown rejected the democratic budget only brought temporary relief to staffers at san francisco county superior court. >> there is complete uncertainty. >> reporter: they faced a $112 million cuts under the budget and would force them to lay off 41% of the workforce. >> i have been here for 11 years. i do not think i have ever been more heartbroken. >> reporter: the superior court presiding judge says that the next budget will likely bring severe cuts to an underfunded
deficit. jerry brown wants a special election this fall to let the voters decide whether to extend the higher taxes for 5 years. >>> the california redistricting association unvailed the first plans for new maps. it shows the state senate seats and congress. redistricting happens every 10 years after the u.s. census. this is the first redistricting in california since the independent commission took over from partisan state lawmakers. >> one, districts are drawn without regard to political incumbents and partisan considerations. two, districts reflect geographic and common sense boundaries, and three, the districts balance the needs of different communities of interest across california. >> the commission plans to tour the state to get more input from the public and issue a final decision august 15th. >>> new information now about a deadly small plane crash in the east bay. federal investigators are blaming pilot error. it was in the fool foot hills of livermore. julia was not rated to fly in the weather they encountered that day. the couple's friends and neighbors said they were r
of the two men believed to be involved in the beating. >>> close but not happening. jerry brown pulled the 34rug pla deadline budget deal today sending lawmakers back to the drawing board and maybe with less money in their pockets. the state cerptllro said he is not ruling out docking their pay for failing to reach a budget acceptable to the governor. live at uc berkeley tonight, details of what happened and why brown said no to this budget. >> reporter: jessica, students cringed yesterday when they got the news lawmakers passed a budget that took millions more from education. turns out things could get even more painful as the governor says, the slashing's not over. >> today, i vetoed the california state budget. i do so reluctantly but with clear purpose. >> steinberg. >> less than 24 hours after lawmakers passed an on-time budget for the first time in years, governor jerry brown shut it down. announcing on youtube, he's vetoing the plan because the cuts don't go deep enough. >> california is facing a fiscal crisis. and very strong medicine must be taken. >> he is not a liberal, he is not a
demorara y la fofalta de un compromiso decisivo del gobernador jerry brown para los trabajadores del como los ha decepcionado. >> tiene que tomar la comunidad latina en cuenta y no solamente pueden esperar nuestros votos y no hacer nada. >> permite que los campesinos se unen a a sindicatos sin tener que votar públicamente frente a sus patrones que aseguran los amenaza y gerardo flores. >> antes de ellos. y está la comisión. >> ¿qué haces? >> el mejor compacto. tu no sabes nada. >> nunca nos tomaba todo. >> el sindicato. >> ¿en el sindicato no le roban nada? lo tratan con respeto. >> en los 70 jerry brown marchó y estuvo con el campesino cesar chávez, si está con los ricos ipy poderosos y los más necesitados. >> nuestro amigo también es un político y diabético. su lucha a favor de los trabajadores del campo, continuará más allá de la sb104 #. un ejemplo que el gobernador arnold schwarzenegger beta varias veces. la lucha termina cuand terminamos de luchar. >> alrededor del estado de salud del presidente hugo chávez quién continúa en cuba, ya 18 días después de la mister
dignitaries, governor jerry brown and nancy pelosi. 5,000 uniformed firefighters came from all over the country and canada. >> we never met them, but they are brothers. so we feel like we know them. >> after the afternoon long funeral mass, a procession of fire trucks accompanied the family to a private burial in colma. traffic stacked up as i-280 south was closed for that final ride. >> many of the mourners were firefighters, also a number of hospital workers who came in their scrubs. speakers thanked them for trying to save the two men's lives. >> amazing. these two guys honored the way that are were. so nice to see the city send them off that way. >> huge tribute, even by people on the streets. >> sharon, thank you for that. >>> well a lot goes into planning a funeral of this magnitude, including solving a number of challenges. firefighters from northern california filled in for those attending the memorial. grace lee shows us how the city was covered in the event of an emergency. >> when a san francisco building flaired up in flames, heyward city firefighters answered wit
rancheros los empiezan a intimidar. >>> según arturo muchos han desfilado por la oficina de jerry brown en busca de apoyo. >>> Él hace preguntas pero ha dicho que no ha decidido todavía. >>> el autor de la ley dijo hoy que la demora de brown podría ser porque republicanos en la legislatura lo están amenazando con mantener el presupuesto de california de rehén se apoya a campesinos. con los que ha estado aliado w históricamente. >>> si viniera él, queando va atrás del gobierno perd que firmara la ley. >>> por qué el gobernador y él eran amigos?. >>> muy amigos, todo el mundo nos ha apoyado quién sabe hoy porque no. >>> para recordar a brown las alianzas le llevaron la silla y chamarra de su aliado césar chavo. >>> aunque la espera desespera el silencio hasta ahora del gobernador brown no es necesariamente una mala noticia porque si no hace nada y no veta la ley antes de martes la ley entra en afecta en sacramento california cristina para telemundo. >>> y por cierto también pedimos respuesta al gobernador jerry sobre la ley, pero tampoco nos contestó. >>> y ahora momento de hab
con los republicanos, jerry brown decidio aliarse con los demcratas para aprobar el plan de gastos a tan solo 2 das de la fecha limite. ---el nuevo presupuesto, elimina un deficit de 28 mil millones de dolares por medio de recortes a varios sectores, pero sin aumentar los impuestos. cu ---el gobernador jerry brown, firm un proyecto de ley que no ha sido bien recibido por algunas compaÑias cibernticas. take vo ---bjo esta nueva ley todas las compras y ventas realizadas por los residentes de california sern grabadas con un impuesto especial que hasta ahora no existia. ---la primera compaÑia en protestar la medida es "amazon" quiene cort vinculos con empresas locales de california con las que mantenia una asociacion comercial. topvo ---la ciudad de oakland contina sin un presupuesto conforme se acerca la fecha limite para que se apruebe un plan de gastos. ---oakland enfrenta un deficit de 58 millones de dolares y ha habido acalorados debates en las reuniones del cabildo para tratar de resolver ese problema. ---por lo pronto, los representantes de los sindicatos mas grandes de la ciu
books together. i did randy and brother wind which was one of jerry [inaudible] honor books. i have done my dearest apron. the latest one is [inaudible] the women of [inaudible] bend. these are about the women that made those wonderful quilts all over the world. alabama, the poorest county in the depression. the women made these quilts because they needed to keep her children warm and would stack them to make a mattress. they covered the tables with them, they used them for their children to crawl on when they would go outside and have picnics. they used the quilts for everything, small ones and large ones. now today, those quilts are going for 25,000 and more. it was my pleasure to go to g's bend and had the opportunity to quilt with them. my next picture book, i will share this with you and it is called never gotten. i would like to share it because this is something that had been in the process for about 20 years. i have been asking every west african that i have met, did you miss us? what i meant by that was are there stories in your culture that talk about the ones who were taken aw
desastres por tormentas . >> fueron 3 eventos distintos en 3 estados. >> jerry brown solicito ayuda para lidiar con las perdidas . >> el verano suele ser época de gozo pero para quienes gozan del aire libre podrían tener problemas . >> cuáles son sus derechos laborales. >> en el campo la labor empieza al amanecer. >> en los campos de tomate. >> el sol es la compañía de toda la jornada. >> voy de camisa manga larga y sombrero. >> cada que pueden descansan para tomar agua. >> cómo usted ve le meten agua y con la humedad hace mucho calor. >> debido al intenso calor el turno de trabajo se suma. >> pero eesto puede ser mortal para los trabajadores. >> es un riesgo muy grande. >> la insolacion o un golpe de calor es lo más comun común:mareos desmayos. >> visión palidez mucha sed, por ley tienen derecho a descanso sombra . >> call ouschan tiene teléfonos a su disposición estos teléfonos puede usarlos si tiene preguntas o quejas en su trabajo. >> el presidente obama anuncio hoy el retiro de tropas . >> a fin de año 10 mil tropas saldrán . >> a partir del 2014 deberán hacerse respo
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